Divisional Round - Pittsburgh Steelers v Kansas City Chiefs
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In the crazy world of the National Football League, you always have to keep your team on its toes, or that would seem like the case for many of the game's biggest stars.

The complex and often infuriating world of big contracts and even bigger money has added a new frustration for fans who just want to see their favorite players win for their team.

For example, the case of Pittsburgh Steelers running back Le'Veon Bell. The 25-year-old star has been holding out on the team in hopes for a long-term, big-money contract, but negotiations seem to have fallen through.

So what does he do? Well, like with any other job, you have to keep your options open. So according to ESPN, he applied for a full-time position at Dairy Queen.

He wrote on his Twitter account:

“Aye, I just gotta keep my options open.”

Bell has been making himself well known on Twitter for his antics lately. His public dogging of the Steelers management might just get him the deal he wants.

In any case, when he shows up on the field, he'll be paid $12.1 million dollars thanks to the the NFL's franchise-tag option.

Picking up a few shifts at Dairy Queen can't be too bad in the meantime.

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